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    Default Toolcat F or G

    Hi Everyone, new around here.

    Im starting to look for a Toolcat 5600 or 5610 either an F or G series.
    Asi I understand from these forums, the G has better traction with the traction control option.
    Is this available on the F series?

    As I understand, the G series began production at the start of 2014. Correct?

    What was the first year of the F series?

    Lastly, is anyone running their toolcats on biodiesel? Trying to figure out if the F or G will work on Bio, or mabe if a D series would work.
    Does the F or G series need DEF Fluid?

    Thanks
    John

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    Default Re: Toolcat F or G

    Bio diesel Bobcat only allows up to 5% . No DEF on any of those models. G series has the new Doosan engine.

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    Default Re: Toolcat F or G

    Quote Originally Posted by Jabonee View Post
    Bio diesel Bobcat only allows up to 5% . No DEF on any of those models. G series has the new Doosan engine.
    Thanks, I understand the manufacturers position. Most of my current equipment TC-35, RTV900 an so on have been running on biodiesel for years without issue despite non-approval.

    I was curious if anyone out there was successful with bio in the Toolcats even though unsupported.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jturbo68 View Post
    Thanks, I understand the manufacturers position. Most of my current equipment TC-35, RTV900 an so on have been running on biodiesel for years without issue despite non-approval.

    I was curious if anyone out there was successful with bio in the Toolcats even though unsupported.
    I've heard no issues with the bio fuel or seen any service bullitins. Your are talking about "BIO fuel" yes? Not french fry oil. That will destroy your engine.

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    Default Re: Toolcat F or G

    Good Info, thanks.

    Yes, I mean Biodiesel, not Waste Veg oil.

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    Default Re: Toolcat F or G

    Quote Originally Posted by jturbo68 View Post
    Hi Everyone, new around here.

    Im starting to look for a Toolcat 5600 or 5610 either an F or G series.
    Asi I understand from these forums, the G has better traction with the traction control option.

    Is this available on the F series? Limited Slip was an option.

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    What was the first year of the F series?
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    Thanks
    John

    Looks like the F series started in 2007: Bobcat Historical Specs - Bobcat Company

    Toolcat F or G-f-jpg
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    Default Re: Toolcat F or G

    Quote Originally Posted by Xfaxman View Post
    Looks like the F series started in 2007: Bobcat Historical Specs - Bobcat Company

    Toolcat F or G-f-jpg

    Thanks Xfaxman, I have enjoyed your F series Pics throughout the forums. Thanks!

    Based on my poking around, it seemed like the Limited Slip was different than the traction control option. Looking thru listings, I have seen F series with Traction Control
    listed as an option. Based on that, it seems like there were options to purchase an F series with Traction Control.

    I had seen the Historical listing on Bobcats site, showing the F series in 2007. I am wondering if this is erroneous as The forums seem to announce the 5610 first in 2008 as a D
    series. Also, I think that I have seen references to the 5600 D series announced in mid 2007.

    Thanks for the help.

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    I took delivery of my 2009 D series in Nov. 2008. I'm pretty sure the D series became available in 2007.

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    Default Re: Toolcat F or G

    Hi Guys,

    Im still looking around at used toolcats, thanks for the help.

    Question. Is there a way to adjust GPM flow on toolcats with hi-flow hydraulics?

    When I get a machine, id like to be able to get a hi-flow model, but still be able to operate lower flow attachments. Is there a way to
    run the machine in low flow or hi flow mode, or manually adjust the flow based on some sort of Hydraulic profile?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jturbo68 View Post
    Hi Guys,

    Im still looking around at used toolcats, thanks for the help.

    Question. Is there a way to adjust GPM flow on toolcats with hi-flow hydraulics?

    When I get a machine, id like to be able to get a hi-flow model, but still be able to operate lower flow attachments. Is there a way to
    run the machine in low flow or hi flow mode, or manually adjust the flow based on some sort of Hydraulic profile?
    Our F Series runs in low flow until you push the rocker switch to turn on hi-flow.

    You increase or decrease the RPM to get the needed flow in either mode.
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